Scifi Saturday

This alien invasion novel seems pretty cool. Has anybody read it? Also, what do you think of this 2010 Stephan Martiniere cover! Publisher’s blurb “The launch of a new science fiction adventure series--by the New York Times-best selling author of the Safehold series and the Honor Harrington seriesThe Galactic Hegemony has been around a long … Continue reading Scifi Saturday

Science Fiction Q and A with author, Lisa Yaszek

The science fiction book club is hosting a Q and A with Lisa Yaszek about Women of Science Fiction. Yaszek is a professor of Science Fiction Studies at Georgia Tech. Her research areas include issues of gender, race, and science and technology in science fictionShe wrote “Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction” … Continue reading Science Fiction Q and A with author, Lisa Yaszek

Happy Birthday SciFi Lover, Jimi Hendrix

Happy Birthday, Sci-Fi Lover, Jimi Hendrix. Born #OTD in 1943, Jimi always lived in a bit of a #fantasy world – as a kid, he carried around a broomstick he’d pretend to play for over a year, till he saved up enough for a guitar. Growing up in Seattle, Jimi had a hectic family life … Continue reading Happy Birthday SciFi Lover, Jimi Hendrix

Sunday Reads

I might learn something today, I might not 🤷‍♂️ #sundayreading #quantumphysics #science #hermetic #occult #dreams #esoteric #knowledge #amreading #reading #kohamczytac #WritersLife #writingcommunity #mug #coffee #late #brew #cocoabeans #Caffeine #houseplants #homelibrary #library

The Father of Robotics and His Acurate Predictions for 2014

The Lit World would not be the same without having been blessed with the writings and creativity of Mr. Isaac Asimov, thank you for your contribution to the Scifi community. Isaac Asimov was an American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University.  Asimov was a prolific writer who wrote or edited more than 500 … Continue reading The Father of Robotics and His Acurate Predictions for 2014